On October 18, YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s legal team attempted to float a plan by the Justice System. The plan included a request for his removal from prison to house arrest and relocation to Utah.
Initially, Young Boy’s bond was denied.
On July 27 of this year, the young hip-hop artist remained under imprisonment after denial of release. A large part of the denial of the bond was due to a questionable photo. According to a publication, The artist was seen posing with an assault weapon. As source covering the case detailed the judge’s response as follows;
“He called NBA YoungBoy “dangerous” and “reckless” denying his bond application.”
The Basis of YoungBoy’s plea
His latest plea rests on the idea that he will stay out of trouble if the judge grants him relocation.
“When he’s in Utah, YoungBoy’s tea, argues, “that he’s far less likely to get into trouble, which is why he wants to move there.”
The legal team’s argument
His team is arguing that YoungBoy has been operating under his best behavior. And he has some people in his corner who will help him stay on the correct path. But, the judge has made no decision to honor the young rapper’s request yet.
Can’t Stop/Won’t Stop
The artist is still creating and succeeding despite imprisonment. According to hotnewhiphop.com, YoungBoy released his current album Sincerely Kentrell while incarcerated. And the album is doing well. He is reportedly the third rapper to release an album behind bars with a #1 ranking.
The young rapper plans to continue elevating his craft. As a source indicates, he will build a music studio there if he gets permission to move to Utah.
Not sure if the court will take such a plan seriously given the charges. But as the saying goes, “Justice is blind,” so who knows what the outcome will be. So, for the moment, we will have to wait to see.
Are you interested in a little more about YoungBoy’s album Sincerely, Kentrell? Then check out FM HipHop’s retrospective article.